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Alina Wang

A native of New York, Alina has a Bachelors degree in Corporate Communications from Baruch College and writes about human rights, politics, tech, and society.
Beloved Furniture Store Huffman Koos Closing Middletown, NY Location for Renovations, But Business Is ‘Alive and Well’
MIDDLETOWN, New York — Located in Middletown, New York, furniture store Huffman Koos has been a staple amongst locals. In an exclusive interview with Vision Times, home furnishing specialist Derek Teel sat down to discuss...
A Third of China’s Provinces Saw More Deaths Than Births in 2021, Exacerbating Demographic Crisis
Though the global population count just surpassed 8 billion people, China has been plagued with a dwindling birth rate for the past few years.  In 2021, the world’s most populous country grew by just 480,000...
COVID Cases Spike as China Loosens Stringent Regulations in Bid to Salvage Economy
After nearly two years of unrelenting “zero-COVID” pandemic measures that saw millions of people confined inside their homes for months at a time, China has finally begun the process of loosening its virus restrictions. The...
Virginia Roundtable Discusses CCP Infiltration in US Business, Social Media, and Entertainment
ASHBURN, Virginia — A community roundtable featuring Attorney General Jason Miyares (R-VA) and Director of State Public Policy for Washington Gas, Scott McGeary, was held to great success in Ashburn, Virginia. The event, which was organized...
How China Uses COSCO Ships to Boost Its Political Influence Abroad
News analysis In recent years, Chinese companies have begun a massive push to buy up ports all over the world — with Shanghai-based COSCO Shipping at the forefront. As of March of this year, state-owned...
Is China Losing Its Hold on the World’s Rare Earths Market?
For years, China has dominated the global market for rare earth metals. These vital materials are used to make cell phones, computers, semiconductors, electric vehicles and renewable energy systems.  According to the U.S. Geological Survey,...
Running for New York’s 18th Congressional District, Pat Ryan Hopes to Pass Gun Safety Laws, ‘Uphold Freedom’, Create Jobs
After pulling off a momentous election win in August to secure his place as the Democratic nominee for New York’s State Congress, Pat Ryan hopes to once again emerge victorious as he faces off against...
In Online Conference, Experts Discuss Staggering New Heights of Beijing’s Organ Harvesting Crimes
For decades now, Chinese authorities have boasted of their country’s booming transplant industry — which they claim will soon surpass Western medicine in affordability, availability and ease.  However, according to research conducted by a growing...
Vying For NY State Assembly, Lisa LaBue Hopes to Work For Constituents: ‘Politicians have forgotten their place’
Running for District 100 in New York’s State Assembly and hoping to represent the people of Albany is Lisa LaBue. A lifelong New Yorker, working mom, and business owner, LaBue sat down with Vision Times...
Contender for NY’s State Senate Dorey Houle Brings ‘Balanced Views’ & Fresh Insight on Crime, Affordability, Education
Hoping to represent constituents from New York's 42nd District, Dorey Houle sat down with Vision Times to discuss her views on inflation, restoring public safety, educational budgets, and how to refocus taxpayer dollars to ensure...
SY Aesthetics: Where Traditional Healing Meets Modern Western Medicine
By pioneering a holistic approach into the world of cosmetic medicine, a leading group of plastic surgeons and medical experts gathered at the International Cosmetic Medicine Symposium in Middletown, New York to discuss how to...
Students in China’s Zhengzhou Protest ‘Zero-COVID’ Policy: ‘End the Lockdowns’
Hundreds of students enrolled at China’s Zhengzhou University in the capital of Henan Province gathered in protest of new lockdowns enacted across school grounds.  Crowds were seen chanting across campus, on balconies and in dormitories...